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Happy Valentine’s Day! What better way to bring in the day of love then with some stunning paper, yes paper, clocks in various shapes of hearts. Clockwork Love is a jewelry collection designed by Tjep that evenly and consistently combines a great multitude of graphic elements in a multitude of layers. It consists of 6 timepieces that express the different moods of the heart in frozen mechanical arrangements as if they were portraits immobilized in time. Through liberal use of symbolic references they represent such themes as fragility, passion, uncertainty and desire.
Amsterdam based motion graphic artists Michiel Krop and Marvin Koppejan created this beautiful short infomercial to showcase the renewed features and focus of dutch ICT company Microplus. The paper styled 3d animations help to add an organic feel to the infomercial and deliver the right message in a simple way.
The Flux Chair is the product of industrial designers Douwe Jacobs and Tom Schouten from Amsterdam where the name comes from the mixture of flexible and luxury. They wanted to create a foldable chair that would take up as little space as possible but also have the mobility of going around in everyday places. Through their inspiration from paper sculptures, the Flux Chair was born. Douwe folded a tiny, elegant, paper scale model of a chair and even though it was from a single sheet of paper, it was surprisingly strong and completely unique. Now the Flux Chair is available in the US in a variety of colors at YLiving.com from March – June 2011.
Before we can talk about “The Move” as a film you must first start with all of the incredible elements that are seen throughout. The house, the interior and the set are what clearly make this film a work of art and Mandy Smith is the craft master behind it all. With only the use of paper, glue, foam board and wire, she has delicately crafted a very unique piece of work depicting a little of the heart of Amsterdam.